Solar Eclipse – Aug 21

Mark your calendars now for this moment in history – a total solar eclipse hasn’t been seen in North America in 99 years – so here’s your chance!

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In Columbus, the eclipse will begin around 1:00 and wrap up around 4:00. At about 2:26, we’ll see the peak of the eclipse, when the moon will cover 93% of the sun. To find out when your town will see the peak eclipse, check out:

Join the Bartholomew County Public Library for a Solar Eclipse Viewing Party – they will have solar eclipse glasses, while supplies last, and will provide solar-themed snacks and music.  Feel free to bring a lawn chair or blanket and a hat for outside viewing comfort.


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About The Author

Tim Green

Tim Green is the co-host of the #QWakeUpCrew and can be heard on QMIX from 10 am to 1 pm. “I get to listen to music every day at work! How could I NOT love my job?!” His favorite part of the job is visiting various offices for the QMIX Office Party. Register for it now! Wait… read the rest of his bio, first. Then go and register! Tim is a pop culture fanatic, useless knowledge retainer, people-watcher, life-failer in remission that just happens to be borderline obsessed with Hollywood and is also long winded. He is still trying to find a film that lives up to his all-time favorite – “The Wizard of Oz.” You can follow the yellow brick road to him on Twitter : @Timmiejoe27! If Tim wasn't working on QMIX 107.3, his dream job would be a performer on Broadway – “I don’t need a leading role; just the funny side kick will do!”

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